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"Studies in the Literature of Sherlock Holmes"


Published August 2, 2006


The foundation document for Sherlockian studies, this is also a hilarious satire of Biblical and literary criticism. The author, Ronald A. Knox, later became better known as Msgr. Ronald A. Knox, Bible translator and mystery writer.


Source "Sources in the Literature of Sherlock Holmes", 1911
Run time 50 min.

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Reviewer: squirrel99 - - February 24, 2009
Subject: Study of Sherlock Holmes
Anyone familar with the Sherlock Holmes stories is sure to love this essay. "It is simplicity itself"!
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